Cellular Respiration DaShario Gilliam LRC 320. Cellular Respiration Both requires and sends off energy: Aerobic and Anaerobic 3 Phases 1.Glycolysis 2.Citric

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<p>Biology </p> <p>Cellular Respiration DaShario GilliamLRC 320 Cellular Respiration Both requires and sends off energy: Aerobic and Anaerobic 3 Phases Glycolysis Citric Acid cycle Electron Transport Chain C6H12O6+6O2-&gt;6 CO2 +6H2O + Energy (ATP + Heat)</p> <p>Glycolysis Is splitting Glucose (sugars) molecules into two Pyruvate molecules Occurs in the Cytoplasm Creates and requires ATP molecules Can occur with or without oxygen Ex. When a human eats a pie the sugar molecules convert to glucose molecules that are then used as pyruvate molecules to prepare for the Citric Acid Cycle </p> <p>Glycolysis Formula (C6H12O6)Glucose 6 Carbons.breaks into 2 sets of 3 Carbons which converts into pyruvate molecules Uses 2 ATPs, 2NAD (H+) converts to 2NADHhttp://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology/cellular-respiration/v/glycolysis</p> <p>Citric Acid Cycle Requires oxygen for the cycle to process pyruvates and complete the oxidation of glucose http://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology/cellular-respiration/v/krebs---citric-acid-cycle</p> <p>Electron Transport Chain NADH passes the electrons through the Electron Transport Chain Produces the most ATP as the end product; which is used as energy http://www.khanacademy.org/science/biology/cellular-respiration/v/electron-transport-chain</p> <p>Conclusion Summary Cellular Respiration is a biological process that consumes energy in the form of Glucose and produces it as APT. The process consists of three steps: Glycolysis Citric Acid Cycle Electron Transport Chain </p>